Celtic take on Ross County this Wednesday, days after their historic Hampden win, hoping to get another win under their belief and start chasing down the league leaders.
There are no more distractions and the team must now go full tilt to try and make a dent in the points tally.
Ross County beat Celtic, knocking them out of the League cup last month in what many thought was Neil Lennon’s last game in paradise.
It turns out, it was Stuart Kettlewell’s last game at Celtic Park as County boss. The manager was sacked last week by the club after a dismal run of form and it’s being reported today former Celtic player John Hughes is set to takeover for the rest of the season.
John Hughes is to take charge at Ross County until the end of the season. The ex-Hibs and Caley Thistle manager has been handed the sole task of guiding the Staggies to Premiership safety. Asst Richie Brittain/coaches Don Cowie remain in place. Hughes will be unveiled tomorrow.
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The manager could be in the dugout come kick off on Wednesday. For Celtic, nothing changes, they know it’s a must win and have to go all out to get the win.